Dying Over Ethnic Rugs

March 23, 2017

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Characterized by unique textural and color combinations and abundance of organic materials, eclectic collector home style crosses the boundaries of culture, geography, and design epochs. Creativity is integral to luxe bohemian décor: for eclectic-minded designers, stylistic conventions are more of a broad signpost than a set of unbending rules, and the main focus of decorating attention is shifted to the eccentric, the reinterpreted, and the re-imagined. From ground up, homes styled following in global traveler’s footprints exude originality, buoyancy, and inimitable charisma that comes from ingenious amalgamation of elements. For this reason, rugs used to achieve the recognizable luxury bohemian look often feature ethnic prints, or are crafted from natural materials, or even tastefully layered for increased aesthetic value.

Minimalism streaked with ethnic vibes

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Trend Alert: Botanical Craze

March 14, 2017

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For several years now Mother Nature has been slowly sneaking back into our interiors. Plants, botanical wallpapers, prints and graphic art are conquering our homes in a great style. Besides the aesthetic value, giving the interior new character and making it feel more lively, they also have a positive effect on our body and soul. While plants release oxygen and clean the air, plant motifs clarify our minds making us more productive and concentrated.

Plants

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Reasons to Hire an Online Interior Designer

March 7, 2017

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Hiring a traditional interior designer is a luxury that most people simply cannot afford.  In addition to being expensive, it is not particularly convenient. You will have to line up your schedules with the designer, find time to have him/her come to your house to examine it and sink hours into meeting before even seeing the first mood board. Luckily, like in most businesses, the Internet naturally found its way into the world of interior design and changed the whole game.
eDesign, a term normally used for online interior designing and consultations, has made this service available to a substantial number of people and we are going to show you how and why.

A more reasonable price

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All the Colors of the Year 2017

March 1, 2017

At the end of 2016, the world’s top paint production companies declared their 2017 colors of the year. You are obviously not going to repaint your whole house or change the furniture to match the trends of each passing season, but you are without a doubt already seeing these shades pop up all around you starting from your favorite furniture store to Pinterest. Let’s have a glance at some of these new trendy colors for the current year.

Pantone inspired by Nature

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Common Decorating Mistakes Even Designers Make

February 21, 2017

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We’ve all browsed Pinterest in search for inspiration and new ideas for decorating our home and have seen countless living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens and bathrooms that look astonishing. But as much as we try, we simply cannot replicate their style in our homes. There is always something missing, the room just doesn’t have that glow like in the photos. What most people don’t understand is that the catch is in detail and sometimes it takes a very keen and experienced eye to notice this. There are dozens of small decisions that go into styling the perfect home such as finding the right lighting, hanging pictures at the right height, not over-furnishing a room, choosing the right rug size etc. Let’s take a look at some common decorating mistakes almost everyone makes when designing their interiors.

Start by creating a plan

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Muted Colors – In the Spotlight

February 14, 2017

Interior trends change fast, it’s hard to keep up! But every interior designer (or enthusiast) on the hunt for inspiration can spot the trend while in its roots. One of them that is having a major moment are muted colors. Last year was all about Rose Quartz and Serenity Blue, but it seems like 2017 is going to be even more stained in subdued shades!

What are muted colors? When you mute sound, you make it quieter. Same goes for the colors. When you mute the color, you reduce its vibrancy, it becomes faded, quieter and partially desaturated. Plain blue ends up being dusky or deep sea blue, green becomes earthly green or olive, yellow transforms into dusted yellow etc. If you want a more subtle color presence in the interior of your home, opting for muted colors is the way to go. They will give you the freedom to play around with other shades, add patterns and texture, making your decorating choices almost endless. Let’s take a glimpse at some of the muted hues’ hidden powers.

Forest Green

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Choosing the Colors for Your Valentine’s Day Decor

February 5, 2017

Love is in the air! With February 14 just around the corner, you are probably looking for the best advice on how to celebrate your romance in the most artistic and intimate way. You already came up with the perfect gift for your sweetheart but you shouldn’t stop there! Get crafty this year and introduce some lovely Valentine’s touches to your home and party decor and show your beloved just how much you care.

Like in love, Valentine’s Day decor is all about going big or going home. Bursting shades of red and pink toned down with some pure white are the signature colors of this vibrant holiday. Let’s explore their true meaning (followed by some inspirational mood boards made with our software).

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6 Most Popular Lighting Trends for 2017

January 29, 2017

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Although many people don’t consider lighting as an integral part of interior design, it is very important architectural and design element that can change the whole look of your home. And just like in fashion, there are trends in lighting design that change regularly and that determinate both functionality and the look of the lighting fixtures. So here are 6 of the most popular lighting trends for this year.

Mix those metals

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Wining and Dining: Scandinavian Style

January 20, 2017

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Scandinavian bedrooms and living rooms are very stylish, but you should not stop there if you want to transform your home into Nordic-inspired eye-candy. Although relatively modest size-wise, kitchens in North European homes are characterized by peerless elegance and superior spatial economy, and they are often seamlessly blended into dining or living rooms for utmost functionality. Here are some tips on how to take your cooking area to the superior Scandinavian level: be prepared to privately whistle in awe!

1. Creative material combinations

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10 Reasons Why Hiring an Interior Designer Makes Sense

January 12, 2017

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If you have invested a good amount of money into your home, you may want to showcase it so it can reach its full potential. This is where an interior decorator will come in.

An interior decorator can help you no matter what your budget is and what you need to have done. Toss aside the assumption that all interior designers will be expensive and only for the famous. This is so far from the truth!

In reality, they can do a lot for you.

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